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Saari, S. and S.H. Faeth. 2012. Hybridization of Neotyphodium endophytes enhances competitive ability of the host grass. New Phytologist 195(1):231-236.       PDF

Faeth, S. H; Saari, S. and C. Bang. 2012. Urban Biodiversity: Patterns, Processes and Implications for Conservation. In: eLS 2012, John Wiley & Sons Ltd: Chichester.       PDF

Faeth, S.H. and S. Saari. 2012. Fungal Grass Endophytes And Arthropod Communities: Lessons From Plant Defence Theory And Multitrophic Interactions. Fungal Ecology 5:364-371.      PDF

Bang, C., S.H. Faeth and J. S. Sabo. 2012. Control of arthropod abundances, richness and composition in a heterogeneous desert city. Ecological Monographs 82(1):85-100.       PDF

Faeth, S.H. and S. Saari. 2011. Fungal endophytes of grasses and arthropod communities: lessons from plant-herbivore interactions. Fungal Ecology (invited review) 5(3): 364-371.       PDF


Bang, C. and S. H. Faeth. 2011. Variation in diversity, trophic structure and abundance in response to urbanization: seven years of arthropod monitoring in a desert city. Landscape and Urban Planning 103: 383-399.       PDF

Faeth, S.H., C. Bang and S. Saari. 2011. Urban biodiversity: patterns and mechanisms. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1223: 69-81.       PDF

Vesterlund, S-R., M. Helander, S.H. Faeth, T. Hyvönen, K. Saikkonen. 2011. Environmental conditions and host plant origin override endophyte effects on invertebrate communities structure and guilds. Fungal Diversity 47:109-118.

Reddy, M. N. and S. H. Faeth. 2011. Seedling blight of Festuca arizonica caused by Rhizoctonia solani. American Journal of Plant Sciences 2:50-51.       PDF


Faeth, S. H. and E. Shochat. 2010. Inherited microbial symbionts increase herbivore abundances and alter arthropod diversity on a native grass. Ecology 91:1329-1343.       PDF

Jani, A., S.H. Faeth and D.R. Gardner. 2010. Asexual endophytes and associated alkaloids alter community structure and increase herbivore abundances on a native grass. Ecology Letters 13:106-117.       PDF

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Saari, S., M. Helander, S. H. Faeth and K. Saikkonen. 2010. The effects of endophytes on seed production and seed predation of tall fescue and meadow fescue. Microbial Ecology 60: 928-934.       PDF

Reddy, M. N. and S. H. Faeth. 2010. Damping-off of Festuca arizonica caused by Fusarium. American Journal of Plant Sciences 1:104-105.

Shochat, E. J. Lobo, M.J. Anderies, C.L. Redman, P. S. Warren, S. H. Faeth and C. H. Nilon. 2010. Invasion, species interactions, and biodiversity loss in urban ecosystems. BioScience 60:199-208.       PDF

Hamilton, C.E., S.H. Faeth and T.E. Dowling. 2010. Hybridization in endophytic symbionts alters host response to moisture and nutrient treatments. Microbial Ecology 59:768-775.       PDF

Faeth, S. H. 2010. Occam's razor cuts both ways: endophytes, resource allocation and mutualism. A reply to Rudgers et al. The American Naturalist 176:104-110.       PDF

Faeth, S.H., C. Hayes and D.R. Gardner. 2010. Asexual endophytes in a native grass: tradeoffs in mortality, growth, reproduction and alkaloid production. Microbial Ecology 60:496-504. DOI 10.1007/s00248-010-9643-4.       PDF

Bang, C., J.S. Sabo and S.H. Faeth. 2010. Reduced wind speed improves plant growth in a desert city. PLoS ONE 5(6): e11061. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0011061\       PDF


Cheplick, G..P. and S.H. Faeth. 2009. The Ecology and Evolution of the Grass-Endophyte Symbiosis. Oxford University Press, Oxford UK.      PDF

Faeth, S.H. 2009. Asexual microbial symbionts alter reproductive allocation and herbivory over time in their native perennial grass hosts. The American Naturalist 173:554-566. (recommended by Faculty of 1000)       PDF

Hamilton, C.E., S.H. Faeth and T.E. Dowling. 2009. Distribution of hybrid fungal symbionts and environmental stress. Microbial Ecology, 58:408-413.

Marussich, W.A. and S.H. Faeth. 2009. Urbanization shifts trophic dynamics of arthropod communities on a common desert host plant. Urban Ecosystems 12:265-286.

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Sullivan, T.J. and S.H. Faeth. 2008. Local adaptation in Festuca arizonica infected by hybrid and non-hybrid Neotyphodium endophytes. Microbial Ecology 55: 697-704.       PDF

Grimm, N.B, S.H. Faeth, C.L. Redman, J. Wu, X. Bai, J. Briggs and N.E. Golubiewski. Global change and the ecology of cities. Science 319:756-760.


Bashyal, B. P., S.H. Faeth, A.A.L. Gunatilaka. 2007. 13 alpha-hydroxylucilactaene and other metabolites of an endophytic strain of Fusarium acuminatum. Natural Product Communications 2: 547-550.

Faeth, S. H. and K. Saikkonen. 2007. Variability is the nature of the endophyte-grass interaction. Pages 37-48, In, A. Popay and E.R. Thom, eds. Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Fungal Endophytes of Grasses. New Zealand Grassland Association, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Hamilton, C. and S. Faeth. 2007. Neotyphodium infection and hybridization as a function of environmental variation. Pages 215-217, In, A. Popay and E.R. Thom, eds. Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Fungal Endophytes of Grasses. New Zealand Grassland Association, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Morse, L.J., S.H. Faeth and T.A.Day. 2007. Neotyphodium interactions with a native grass are driven by endophyte haplotype. Pages 219-224, In, A. Popay and E.R. Thom, eds. Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Fungal Endophytes of Grasses. New Zealand Grassland Association, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Bashyal, B.P., A.M. Burns, M.X. Liu, P.A. Paranagama, C.J. Seliga, T.J. Turbyville, E.M.K. Wijeratne, J. Zhan, M.K. Gunatilaka, A.E. Arnold, S.H. Faeth, L. Whitesell and A.A.L. Gunatilaka. 2007. Discovery of small molecule bioactive agents from endophytic fungi of the Sonoran Desert. Pages 211-214, In, A. Popay and E.R. Thom, eds. Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Fungal Endophytes of Grasses. New Zealand Grassland Association, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Faeth, S.H., K.P. Hadeler, and H.R. Thieme. 2007. An apparent paradox of horizontal and Vertical disease transmission. Journal of Biological Dynamics 1: 45-62 (inaugural issue).       PDF

Morse, L.J., S.H. Faeth and T.A. Day. 2007. Neotyphodium interactions with a wild grass are driven mainly by endophyte haplotype. Functional Ecology 21: 813-822.


Faeth, S.H., D. Gardner, C.J. Hayes, A. Jani and S.K. Wittlinger. 2006. Temporal and spatial variation in alkaloid levels in Achnatherum robustum, a native grass infected with the endophyte Neotyphodium. Journal of Chemical Ecology 32:307-324.      PDF

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Warren P., C. Tripler, D. Bolger, S. Faeth, N. Huntly, C. Lepczyk, J. Meyer, T. Parker, E. Shochat, and J.Walker. 2006. Urban food webs: predators, prey, and the people who feed them. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 87:386-393.

Faeth, S.H. and C. E. Hamilton. 2006. Does an asexual endophyte symbiont alter life stage and long-term survival in a perennial host grass? Microbial Ecology 52:748-755.

Shochat, E., P. S. Warren, S.H. Faeth. 2006. Future directions in urban ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 21:661-662.

Turbyville, T.J., E.M.K. Wijeratne, M. X. Liu, A.M. Burns, C.J. Seliga, L.A. Luevano, C.L. David, S. H. Faeth, L. Whitesell, and A.A.L. Gunatilaka. 2006. Search for Hsp90 inhibitors with potential anticancer activity: isolation and SAR studies of radicicol and monocillin I from two plant-associated fungi of the Sonoran Desert. Journal of Natural Products 69:178-184.

Shochat, E., P. S. Warren, S.H. Faeth. 2006. Future directions in urban ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 21:661-662.

Shochat, E., P. S. Warren, S.H. Faeth, N. E. McIntyre and D.Hope. 2006. Urban mechanistic ecology: from patterns to emerging processes. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 21:186-191.       PDF

Cook, W.M. and S.H. Faeth. 2006. Irrigation drives community patterns in urban ground arthropods. Environmental Entomology 35:1532-1540.

Saikkonen, K., P. Lehtonen, M.L.Helander, J. Koricheva and S.H. Faeth. 2006. Conventional wisdom and model systems in ecology: dissecting the grass-endophyte literature. Trends in Plant Science 11:428-423.


Faeth, S.H., P. S. Warren, E. Shochat and W.A. Marussich. 2005. Urban trophic dynamics. BioScience 55(5): 399-407.       PDF

Bashyal, B.P., E.M.K. Wijeratne, S.H. Faeth, and A.A.L. Gunatilaka. 2005. Globosumones A – C, cytotoxic orsellinic acid esters from the Sonoran Desert Endophytic fungus Chaetomium globosum. Journal of Natural Products 68:724-728.

Suryanarayanan, T.S., S. Wittlinger and S.H. Faeth. 2005. Endophytic fungi associated with cacti of Arizona. Mycological Research 109:635-639.

Hamilton, C.E. and S.H. Faeth. 2005. Asexual, systemic endophytes in grasses: a test of the seed germination and pathogen resistance hypothesis. Symbiosis 38:69-86.

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Shochat, E., Stevanov, W., Whitehouse, M.E.A., and S.H. Faeth. 2004. Urbanization and spider diversity: influences of human modification of habitat structure and productivity. Ecological Applications 14: 268-280.

Faeth, S.H. 2004. Plant endophytes: Role in defense against insects. In: Encyclopedia of Plant & Crop Science, R.M. Goodman, editor. Marcel-Dekker, New York, New York.

Faeth, S.H., Saikkonen K. and M. Helander. 2004. Asexual Neotyphodium endophytes in a native grass reduce competitive abilities. Ecology Letters 7: 304-313.       PDF

Sullivan, T.J. and S.H. Faeth. 2004. Gene flow in the endophyte Neotyphodium and implications for coevolution with Festuca arizonica. Molecular Ecology 13: 649-656.

Saikkonen K., Helander M, and S.H. Faeth. 2004. Fungal endophytes: Hitchhikers of the green world. Pages 77-95, In, M. Gillings and A. Holmes, eds. Plant Microbiology, Garland/BIOS Scientific Publishers, London, UK.

Saikkonen K., P. Wäli, Helander M, and S.H. Faeth. 2004. Evolution of latency in foliar fungi. Trends in Plant Science 9(6): 275-280.


Faeth, S.H. and T.J. Sullivan. 2003. Mutualistic, asexual endophytes in a native grass are usually parasitic. American Naturalist 161:310-325.

*Neil, K.L., R.L. Tiller and S.H. Faeth. 2003. Germination of big Sacaton and endophyte-infected Arizona fescue under water stress. Journal of Range Management 56:616-622.


Faeth, S.H. and T.L. Bultman. 2002. Endophytic fungi and interactions among host plants, herbivores and natural enemies. Pages 89-123, In, T. Tscharntke and B.A. Hawkins, eds. Multitrophic level interactions. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Faeth, S.H. and W. F. Fagan. 2002. Fungal endophytes: common host plant symbionts but uncommon mutualists. Comparative and Integrative Biology 42:360-368.

Faeth, S.H. 2002. Are endophytic fungi generally plant mutualists? Oikos 98:25-36 (this is a Oikos Forum paper)       PDF

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Faeth, S.H., S.H. Haase, S.S. Sackett, T.J. Sullivan, R.K. Keithley* and C.E. Hamilton*. 2002. Does fire maintain systemic endophyte infections in native grasses? Symbiosis 32:211-228.

Faeth, S. H., L. P. Bush and T. J. Sullivan. 2002. Peramine alkaloid variation in Neotyphodium-infected Arizona fescue: effects of endophyte and host genotype and environment. Journal of Chemical Ecology 28:1511-1525.

Morse, L J., T. A. Day and S. H. Faeth. 2002. Effect of Neotyphodium endophyte infection on growth and leaf gas exchange of Arizona fescue under contrasting water availability regimes. Environmental and Experimental Botany 48(3):257-268.      PDF


McIntyre, N.E., J. Rango, W.F. Fagan, and S.H. Faeth. 2001. Ground arthropod community structure in a heterogeneous urban environment. Landscape and Urban Planning 52:257 274.

Wilson, D. and S.H. Faeth. 2001. Do fungal endophytes result in selection for leafminer ovipositional preference? Ecology 81:1097-1111.

Smallwood, P.D., M.A. Steele and S.H. Faeth. 2001. The ultimate basis of differential dispersal of red oaks by animals and the oak-dispersal hypothesis. American Zoologist 41:840-851.

Faeth, S.H., T.J. Sullivan and C.E. Hamilton. 2001. What maintains high levels of Neotyphodium endophytes in native grasses? A dissenting view and alternative hypotheses. Pages 65-70, In, P. D. Dapprich and V.H. Paul, eds. 4th International Neotyphodium/grass Interactions Symposium Plenum Press, New York.

Sullivan, T.J. and S.H. Faeth. 2001. Genetic variation of Neotyphodium in native populations of Arizona fescue. Pages 283-288, In, P.D. Dapprich and V.H. Paul, eds. 4th International Neotyphodium/grass Interactions Symposium. Plenum Press. New York


Saikkonen, K., M. Helander, S.H. Faeth, F. Schulthess, and D. Wilson. 1999. Neotyphodium endophytes in native grass populations: against herbivory-based defensive mutualism. Oecologia 121:411-420.

*Tibbets, T.M. and S.H. Faeth. 1999. Neotyphodium endophytes in grasses: deterrents or promoters of herbivory by leaf-cutting ants? Oecologia 118:297-305.

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*Rambo, J.L. and S.H. Faeth. 1999.The effect of vertebrate grazing on plant and insect community structure. Conservation Biology 13:1047-1054


Saikkonen, K, S.H. Faeth, M. Helander and T.J. Sullivan. 1998. Fungal endophytes: A continuum of interactions with host plants. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 29: 319-343.


Koenig, W.D. and S.H. Faeth. 1998. Effects of caching on acorn tannin and protein. Southwestern Naturalist 43: 170-175.

Clark, B.R. and S.H. Faeth. 1998. The evolution of egg clustering in butterflies: A test of the egg Desiccation hypothesis. Evolutionary Ecology 12: 543-552.

Schulthess, F. and S.H. Faeth. 1998. Distribution, abundances, and associations of the endophytic fungal community of Arizona fescue (Festuca arizonica). Mycologia 90: 569-578.


Faeth, S.H. and K.E. Hammon. 1997. Fungal endophytes in oak trees. Long-term patterns of abundance and associations with leafminers. Ecology 78:810-819.

Faeth, S.H. and K.E. Hammon. 1997. Fungal endophytes in oak trees. Experimental analyses of interactions with leafminers. Ecology 78:820-827.

Wilson, D., M. Barr-Bigelow and S.H. Faeth. 1997. The ecology and description of a new Species of Ophiognomonia endophyte in the leaves of Quercus emoryi. Mycologica 89(4): 537-546.

Clark, B.R. and S.H. Faeth. 1997. The consequences of larval aggregation in the butterfly, Chlosyne lacinia. Ecological Entomology 22:408-415.

Faeth, S.H., D. Wilson, M. Helander, K. Saikkonen, F. Schulthess, and T.J. Sullivan. 1997. Neotyphodium in native populations of Arizona fescue A non-mutualist? Pages 165-166, In C.W. Bacon and N.S. Hill, eds. Neotyphodium/grass interactions. Plenum Press, New York.


Faeth, S.H. and K.E. Hammon. 1996. Fungal endophytes and phytochemistry of oak foliage: determinants of oviposition preference of leafminers? Oecologia 108: 728-736.

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Faeth, S.H. 1996. Fungal endophytes.: contrasting effects in trees and grasses. Page 58-59 In, W.J. Mattson, P. Niemela, and M. Rousi, eds., Dynamics of Forest Herbivory: Quest for Pattern and Principle. Forest Insect Guilds: Patterns of Interactions with Host Trees. U.S. Dep. Agric. For Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-183.

Faeth, S.H. and D. Wilson. 1996. Induced responses in trees: Mediators of interactions between macro- and micro-herbivores. Pages 201-215, In, A.C. Gange, ed. Multitrophic interactions in terrestrial systems. British Ecological Symposium, Blackwell Scientific.


Fox, C.W. , K.J. Waddell, K.D. Waite, S.H. Faeth and T. A. Mousseau. 1995. Manipulation of leafminer herbivory in an ecological study: Suppression of leafminer (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) populations on Turkey oak (Fagaceae) using implants of acephate. Environmental Entomology. 24: 1548-1556.

*Lopez, J.E., S.H. Faeth, and M. Miller*. 1995. The effect of endophytic fungi on herbivory by red-leggedgrasshoppers (Orthoptera: Acrididae) on Arizona fescue. Environmental Entomology 24: 1576-1580.


Faeth, S.H. 1994. Do plants manipulate the third trophic level? In, J.H. Visser, ed. Proceedings of the 8th International Symp. Plant-insect Interactions. Elsevier Publ., Netherlands

Faeth, S.H. 1994. Induced plant responses: effects on parasitoids and other natural enemies of Phytophagous insects. Pages 245-260 , In, B.A. Hawkins and W.S. Sheehan, eds. Parasitoid communities, Oxford University Press.


Faeth, S.H. and R.F. Rooney, III. 1993. Variable budbreak and insect folivory of Gambel oak (Quercus gambelii: Fagaceae). Southwestern Naturalist 38:1-8.

Knoch, T.R., S.H. Faeth, and D. Arnott*. 1993. Endophytic fungi alter foraging by two species of desert seed-harvesting ants. Oecologia 95: 470-475.


Faeth, S.H. 1992. Does defoliation and subsequent phytochemical responses reduce future herbivory on oak trees? Journal of Chemical Ecology 18:915-925.

Faeth, S.H. 1992. Interspecific and intraspecific interactions via plant responses to folivory: an experimental field test. Ecology 73:1802-1813.

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Hammon, K.H. and S.H. Faeth. 1992. Ecology of plant-herbivore communities: A fungal component? Natural Toxins 1:197-208.


Faeth, S.H. 1991. The effect of oak leaf size on abundances, dispersion, and survival of the leafminer, Cameraria sp. nov. (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae). Environmental Entomology 20:196-204.

Faeth, S.H. 1991. Variable induced responses: Direct and indirect effects among oak folivores. Pages 293-323, in, M.J. Raupp and D.W. Tallamy, eds. Phytochemical Induction by Herbivores. Academic Press, NY.


Faeth, S.H. 1991. Novel aspects of host tree resistance to leafminers. Pages 219-239, in, Y.N. Baranchikov, W.J. Mattson, F.P. Hain and T.L. Payne eds. Forest Insect Guilds: Patterns of Interactions with Host Trees. U.S. Dep. Agric. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-153.


Lawson, A.E., S.W. Rissing, and S.H. Faeth. 1990. An innovative inquiry approach to non-majors biology. Journal of College Science Teaching 19:340-346.

Faeth, S.H. 1990. Aggregation of a leafminer, Cameraria sp. nov. (Davis): Consequences and causes. Journal of Animal Ecology 59:569-586.

Faeth, S.H. 1990. Structural damage to leaves alters natural enemy attack. Entomologica Experimentalis et applicata, 57:57-63.

Faeth, S.H. 1990. Structural damage to oak leaves alters natural enemy attack on the leaf miner, Cameraria sp. nov. (Davis). Pages 197-202, in, T.Jermy, ed.Proc. 7th International Sym. Plant-Insect-Interactions, Symposia Biologica Hungarica.


Faeth, S.H. 1989. Maternal care in a lace bug, Corythucha hewitti (Hemiptera: Tingidae). Pschye 96: 101-110.

Faeth, S.H. and K.E. Hammon. 1989. Caterpillars and polymorphisms. Science 246:1639.

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Bultman, T.L. and S.H. Faeth. 1988. Abundance and mortality of leaf-miners on artificially-shaded Emory oak. Ecological Entomology 13: 131-142.

Faeth, S.H. 1988. Plant-mediated interactions between seasonal herbivores: Enough for Evolution or Coevolution? Pages 391-414, in, K.C. Spencer, ed. Chemical Mediation of Coevolution. AIBS Symposium Volume, Academic Press, NY.


Bultman, T.L. and S.H. Faeth. 1987. Impact of experimental drought stress and irrigation on leaf-miners of Emory oak. Oikos 48: 5-10.

Faeth, S.H. 1987. Community structure and folivorous insect outbreaks: The roles of vertical and horizontal interactions. Pages 135-171, in, P. Barbosa and J.C. Schultz, eds., Insect outbreaks. Academic Press, NY.


Bultman, T.L. and S.H. Faeth. 1986. Effect of within-leaf density and leaf size on pupal weight of the leaf-mining insect, Cameraria sp. nov. (Lepidoptera: Gracillaridae). Southwestern Naturalist 31: 201 206.

Faeth, S.H. 1986. Indirect interactions between temporally-separated herbivores mediated by the host plant. Ecology 67: 479-494.

Bultman, T.L. and S.H. Faeth. 1986. Experimental evidence for intra-specific competition in a leaf-mining insect, Cameraria, sp. nov. (Lepidoptera: Gracillaridae). Ecology 67: 442-448.

Bultman, T.L. and S.H. Faeth. 1986. Leaf size selection by leaf-mining insects on Quercus emoryi (Fagaceae). Oikos 46: 311-316.

Faeth, S.H. and T.L. Bultman. 1986. Interacting effects of increased tannin levels on leaf-mining insect. Entomologica Experimentalis et applicata 40: 297-300.

Davis, D.R. and S.H. Faeth. 1986. A new oak-mining moth from the Southeastern United States (Lepidoptera: Eriocraniidae). Proceedings Entomological Society Washington 88: 145 153.

Bultman, T.L. and S.H. Faeth. 1986. Selective oviposition by a leaf-miner in response to temporal variation in abscission. Oecologia 69: 117-120.


Faeth, S.H. 1985. Host leaf selection by leaf-miners:, interactions among three trophic levels. Ecology 66: 870-875.

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Bultman, T.L. and S.H. Faeth. 1985. Patterns of intra- and interspecific association of leaf-mining insects on three oak host species. Ecological Entomology 10: 121-129.

Faeth, S.H. 1985. Quantitative defense theory and early feeding by insects on oak. Oecologia 68: 34-40.


Mopper, S., S.H. Faeth, W.J. Boecklen, and D. Simberloff. 1984. Host specific variation in leaf miner population dynamics. Effects on density, natural enemies and behavior of Stilbosis quadricustatella (Cham.) (Lepidoptera: Cosmopterigidae). Ecological Entomology 9: 169-177.

Faeth, S.H. 1984. Density compensation in vertebrates and invertebrates: A review and an experiment. Pages 491-509, in, D.R. Strong (ed.), Ecological Communities: Conceptual Issues and Evidence. Princeton Univ. Press.


Connor, E.F., S.H. Faeth, and D. Simberloff. 1983. Leaf miners on oaks: the role of immigration and in situ reproductive recruitment. Ecology 64: 191 204.


Faeth, S.H., E.F. Connor, and D. Simberloff. 1981. Early leaf abscission: a neglected source of mortality for folivores. American Naturalist 117: 409 415.

Faeth, S.H. and D. Simberloff. 1981. Population regulation of a leaf-mining insect, Cameraria sp. nov. at increased field densities. Ecology 62: 620 624.

Faeth, S.H. and D. Simberloff. 1981. Experimental isolation of oak host plants: effects on mortality, survivorship, and abundances of leaf-mining insects. Ecology 62: 625-635.

Faeth, S.H., S. Mopper, and D. Simberloff. 1981. Abundances and diversity of leaf-mining insects on three oak host species: effects of host-plant phenology, and nitrogen content of leaves. Oikos 37: 238-251.


Faeth, S.H. 1980. Invertebrate predation on leaf-miners at low densities. Ecological Entomology 5: 111 114.

Conner, E.F., S.H. Faeth, P.A. Opler, and D. Simberloff. 1980. Taxonomic isolation and the accumulation of herbivorous insects: A comparison of introduced and native trees. Ecological Entomology 5: 205-211.


Faeth, S.H. and E.F. Connor. 1979. Supersaturated and relaxing island faunas: a critique of the species-age relationship. J. of Biogeography 6: 311-316.